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kept the f.b.i. team waiting for more than five weeks -- five weeks when they were finally granted access. four months later, the administration still has not discussed the serious between the groups behind the benghazi attack and the leaders of the attack on the u.s. embassies in cairo, tunis the same week of september 11. four months later, following the pickering report on state department failures leading up to the attack, not a single state department employee has been fired and held responsible for their role in denying adequate security for the consulate in benghazi. four months later, despite secretary clinton's september 21 declaration, quote, which said, what happened was a terrorist attack, we will not rest until we have tracked down and brought to justice the terrorists who murdered four americans, end of quote. this administration seems to have not only rested but to have moved on, and apparently hopes that the congress and the american people will too. and today, just today, "the new york times" is reporting, quote, several ejips members of a squad of militant that --
. at the fbi's washington field office a command center is gearing up to coordinate a response to any threat that may emerge. kimberly howe is in charge of a team of analysts that looks at each one. >> there are always threats coming in. the inauguration is no different. >> at fbi headquarters as they followed unfolding events in algeria, deputy assistant director jenny lay talked about the daunting challenge they face before an event like an inauguration. >> you can't just cancel it. you can't just call it off. you have to be working diligently and aggressively behind the scenes to make sure the threat doesn't occur. >> what kind of threats do you have? >> as of yet we don't have any but that doesn't mean we're not look behind the scenes constantly evaluating and looking at everything that's coming in. >> the threat the fbi faced four years ago was information from a source who said there was a plot to attack the inauguration by al qaeda in somalia. that meant running down leads in kenya, uganda and somalia while looking around here. at the same time looking for suspect
suspects the f.b.i. are chosely following and consulting with partner governments. based on my last conversation with the director mueller which was a few days ago, he went to libya, he went to tunisia. he believes the investigation is preceding -- proceeding. i know the f.b.i. has been on the hill doing whiched briefings. i hope the f.b.i. is able to investigate, identify, and hold responsible those who wage this attack against us. based on their work they feel they are pursuing very positive leads. >> my understanding is the person held in tunisia was released by a judge and that person has been released. basically we don't really know at this point who did it? >> congressman, i confirmed with director mueller who was just in tunisia meeting with their high official that this person is basically under law enforcement surveillance and forbidden to leave tunis. >> briefly, no one has been held accountable or charged with of this offense. before qadaffi was taken out my understanding the nation of qatar shipped in 18 shipments, 20,000 tons of weapons and machine guns to the region to
monitoring by the tunisian government. there are other suspects that the fbi are both closely following and consulting with partner governments. i think based on my last conversation with director muller which was just a few days ago, he went to libya. he went to tunisia. he beliefs that the investigation is proceed iing. i know the fbi has been on the hill doing briefings with certain committees. i don't know about this committee. but i certainly hope that the fbi is able to investigate, identify, and hold responsible those who waged this attack against us. and i think based on their work, they feel that they are pursuing some very positive leads. >> okay. my understanding is the tunisian person who was held was released by a judge there. and that person has been released. so basically we don't really know at this point who did it. >> well, congressman, i confirmed with director muller who was just in tunisia meeting with their high officials that this person is basically under law enforcement surveillance. and forbidden to leave. director muller told me that that had been confirmed to
think until the f.b.i. completes the investigation we won't know all reasons why they showed up with weapons and stormed the compound. >> secretary clinton is ambassador's rice statement that benghazi was a copycat of the cairo demonstrations factually accurate? >> it turned out not to be because the cairo demonstrations were not ally armed and we did eventually get host nation security support. there were differences. but again, secretary rice conveyed information that had been provided by the intelligence community. and the interagency process. >> i'm not trying to go in to the process. i'm trying to determine what the truth is as best we know at this time. secretary clinton is ambassador rice's statement that benghazi was prompted by anti-muslim video," put on the internet in the united states factually accurate? >> i'd have to go back to my first answer, congressman and just say that we don't know all the motivations so i don't want to give a sweeping answer as to what prompting those men to come out that night and attack our compound. >> okay. well, on september 16, the ver
on afterwards but the -- once the investigation started the fbi spoke to them before we spoke to them. other than other people in tripoli, which i think you're talking about washington, right? >> the point i'm making a very simple phone call to the individuals would have ascertained immediately that there was no protest prior to this. this attack started at 9:40 p.m. benghazi time and it was an assault. i appreciate the fact you called it an assault. but i'm going back to then ambassador rice five days later going sunday shows what i would say purpose fully misleading the public. i appreciate the fact of the transparency of this hearing. why weren't we transparent to that point in time? >> first of all, senator, i would say that once the assault happened and once we got our people rescued and out, our immediate most concern was number one taking care of their injuries. as i said, i still have a ds agent at walter reed seriously injured. getting them into frankfurt to get taken care of. the fbi going over immediately to start talking to them. we did not think it was appropriate for us to talk
on -- there was discussion going on afterwards. the fbi spoke to them before we spoke to them. other than our people in tripoli -- i think you're talking about washington, right? >> the point i am making is a simple phone call would ascertained immediately that there was no protest. this attack started at 9:40 pm benghazi time. it was an assault. i'm going back to ambassador rice five days later purposely misleading the american public. why wasn't that known? transparent?e >> i would say once the assault happened and what he got our people rescued and out, our most immediate concern was taken care of their injuries. i still have a ds agent at walter reed seriously injured. getting them into frankfurt, ramstein, to get taken care of. the fbi going over -- we did not think it was a puppet for us to talk to them before the fbi conducted their interviews. i think this is accurate -- i certainly did not know of any report that contradicted the ic talking points at the time that ambassador rice went on the tv shows. i just want to say that people have accused ambassador rice and the administration of misl
the secretary of defense. nothing much happened. journalists beat the fbi to the diplomatic compound by several weeks. terrorists are seeing a lot of green lights across the region. >> what do we need to do differently? >> i think we should be serious about not only attacking terrorist groups for getting the incorrect line al qaeda is on the heels. i forget the line the president used through out the campaign that the tied of war is receding. we get a vote on whether or not that is true and they have voted that is not true. most importantly what motivated the terrorists. it hasn't been addressed by the obama administration. it didn't serve well in what i served. look at egypt and tunisia are doing at the ballot box along side what terrorists are doing on the battlefield and figuring out how to push against that. >> i hear you talking in wider terms about the arab spring. this has been a bit of a building now. talk with me more about that. >> well, you know early days in arab spring, in cairo, in tunisia they weren't long bearded militants like tehran in 1979. they were young modernists often se
that tunisia recently released a key suspect. poor libyan cooperation hampered the fbi's investigation. success here is a matter of justice. and it's also a matter of signalling to militants that there is no place for them to hide if they attack u.s. personnel. i will now turn to the distinguished ranking member, mr. engle for his opening remarks. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman for holding this important meeting. i hope we can use this as an opportunity to seriously examine the steps we need to take to prevent a repeat of the tragedy in benghazi rather than engaging in gotcha politics that make it more difficult to achieve this bipartisan goal. as the new rinking member, let me say on behalf of this committee, we would like to welcome you back and glad you are feeling better. this will likely be your final appearance before our committee and i want to take the opportunity to let you know how much we appreciate your outstanding and tireless efforts to represent our country in the international community. i have no doubt you will continue to serve our nation in some capacity as you have for
, to do that time honored trick of saying well, there is still the f.b.i. looking in to this. as long as an inquiry is out there, i can't answer x, y, z. perfect out and the way of appointing the inquiries and commissions is always a way to cover. >> bret: by the way, juan, the a.r.v., the report that looked in to it, with ambassador pickerring and former chairman of the joint chiefs mullen did not interview secretary clinton for this massive report that was supposed to look in to every aspect of this case. they did not interview secretary clinton which seemed strange to many of the lawmakers today. let me ask you about this hearing overall and what you thought. your perspective. >> first, let me respond to your point which is that she said it was their decision, that they did not see her as in the line of order. >> bret: i know but don't you think that's weird? >> no. she is the secretary of state. if she said during the testimony the request for added security never came to her desk. she didn't accept it or deny it, she didn't review it. didn't come to her desk. >> she took responsi
are actually safer today now that the gun ban unscented in 2004. if you look at the fbi statistics, the murder rate has plummeted and gone through the floor. we are actually safer today with these firearms being legal. >> that is ridiculous and all proportions, with all due respect. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> these are not assault weapons. >> he is asserting itself as the assault weapon ban was lifted, we are safer. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> the murder rate has plummeted. what are you going to say about that, richard? [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> anybody can google the fbi statistics and look for themselves. 2004 until 2011 -- take a look and i invite them to do that. lou: let me say this. it is true that more people die in this country every year as a result of being hit with a club or a hammer than a rifle. that includes all rifles, which would include assault weapons and the so-called assault weapons. it is, if you will, one of the lesser aspects of the problem of guns and how they are used to commit crimes.
the secretary of defense, but nothing much happened. in fact, journalists beat the fbi to that diplomatic compound by several weeks and terrorists are seeing a lot of green lights across the region. what do we need to do differently? >> well, i think we should be be serious about not only attacking terrorist groups, forgetting the incorrect line that al-qaeda is on its heels. clearly it's not. forget the line that the president used throughout the campaign that the tide of war is receding. unfortunately, our enemies get a vote in whether or not that's true and may have voted that it's not true. most importantly, what does motivate the terrorists? there's an ideology that is driving us that hasn't been addressed by the obama administration. frankly it wasn't addressed that well by the administration in which i served, but looking at egypt, looking at tunisia and the islamists and the brotherhood are doing at the battle box, alongside what the terrorists are doing at the battle field and figuring out how to push back against that. >> it's interesting, i hear you talking in wider term about
. there are other suspects that the fbi or both closely following and consulting with partner governments. i think based on my last conversation with the director that was just a few days ago he went to libya and tunisia and believes the investigation is proceeding. they are doing was a fight briefings with certain committees. i don't know about this committee, but i certainly hope that the fbi is able to investigate and identify and hold responsible lowest wage this attack against us and i think that based on their work they feel that they are pursuing some very positive leads. >> my understanding is the person that was held was released by a judge. that person has been released. so you don't know at this point who did it. >> i confirmed with the director who was in the meeting with their high officials that this person is basically under law enforcement surveillance forbidden to leave. the director told me that had been confirmed by him. >> just very briefly, no one has been held accountable or charged with this offense. before gadhafi was taken out, my understanding is the nation had 18 shipmen
the investigation started, the fbi spoke to them before we spoke to them. and so other than our people in tripoli, which i think you're talking about washington, right? >> the point i'm making is a very simple phone call to these individuals would have ascertained immediately that there was no protest prior to this. this attack started at 9:40 p.m. benghazi time and it was an assault. i appreciate the fact that you called it an assault. i'm going back to then ambassador rice five days later going to the sunday shows and what i would say purposefully misleading the american public. why wasn't that known and, again, i appreciate the fact that the transparency of this hearing but why weren't we transparent at that point in time? >> well, first of all, senator, i would say that once the assault happened and once we got our people rescued and out, our most immediate concern was number one taking care of their injuries. as i said, i still have a ds agent at walter reed seriously injured. getting them into frankfurt to get taken care of, the fbi going over immediately to start talking to them. we did no
on afterwards, but once the investigation started the f.b.i. spoke to them before we spoke to them, and so other than our people in tripoli, which i think you're talking about washington, right? >> yes, the point i'm making is a very simple phone call to these individuals i think would have ascertained immediately that there was no protest prior to this. i mean this attack started at 9:40pm benghazi time and it was an assault. and i appreciate the fact that you called it an assault i'm gon ambassador rice five days later going on sunday shows and what i would say purposely misleading the american public. why wasn't that known, and, again, i appreciate the fact of the transparency of this hearing, but why weren't we transparent at that point in time? >> first of all, senator, would i say that once the assault happened, and once we got our people rescued and out, our most immediate concern was number one taking care of their injuries. as i said i still have a ds agent at walter reed seriously injured, getting them into frankfurt to get taken care of. the f.b.i. going over immediately to start talk
suspect. poor libyan cooperation has hampered the fbi's investigation. success here is a matter of justice. and it is also a matter of signaling to militants that there is no place for them to hide if they attack u.s. personnel. i will now turn to the distinguished ranking member, mr. engle, for his opening remarks. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman, for holding this important meeting. i hope we can use this as an opportunity to seriously examine the steps we need to take to prevent a repeat of a tragedy in benghazi, rather than engaging in gotcha politics that make it more difficult to achieve this bipartisan goal. madam secretary, as the new ranking member on the foreign affairs committee, let me say on behalf of the democratic members of this committee we would like to welcome you back to our committee, and we're glad you're feeling better. this will likely be your final appearance before our committee, and i want to take this opportunity to let you know how much we appreciate your outstanding and tireless efforts to represent our country in the international community. i have no dou
afterwards? there was discussion going on afterwards. the fbi spoke to them before we spoke to them. other than our people in tripoli -- i think you're talking about washington, right? >> the point i am making is a simple phone call would ascertained immediately that there was no protest. this attack started at 9:40 pm benghazi time. >> did anybody in the stateit w. i'm going back to ambassador rice five days later purposely misleading the american public. why wasn't that known? why weren't we transparent? >> i would say once the assault happened and what he got our people rescued and out, our most immediate concern was taken care of their injuries. i still have a ds agent at walter reed seriously injured. getting them into frankfurt, ramstein, to get taken care of. the fbi going over -- we did not think it was a puppet for us to talk to them before the fbi conducted their interviews. i think this is accurate -- i certainly did not know of any report that contradicted the ic talking points at the time that ambassador rice went on the tv shows. i just want to say that people have accused am
is back sticking two fingers up to the fbi. a year ago now looks like it dead pirate walking the plank. they shut down his site, the agents seize domain names and assets including rolls-royce and mercedes-benz. that case is pending, and wobbling. new zealand admitted to illegally spying on kim dotcom in some doubt the fbi legal standing. in march the court will rule on whether to extradite him to the u.s. this time around the new site has everything encrypted so the site itself has no idea what content lies inside this encrypted digital package. see no evil approach. you have to wonder if this can work. ashley: this guy is doing pretty well though. dennis: he has egg ad networks sending millions of dollars in advertising to these illegal download sites because they're advertising a summary millions of sites they don't even realize they're supporting it. tracy: and people are going to these sites ultimately. you cannot stop it. they would make money if we stop trying to attack them and just sell stuff. tracy: crazy. ashley: cheryl casone will be on next one "countdown to the closing be
. >> reporter: hey there. the fbi and local turkish police have joined the search for the 33-year-old wife and mother of two. she was last seen leaving her istanbul hostel for dinner monday night and seems to have vanished, leaving her passport, clothing and phone chargers. family members tell fox newschannel, sierra is a photographer and she left her staten island home to take pictures in istanbul, january 7. she checked in with them frequently, texting her family and skyping with her two children daily. her sister received a text from her monday morning, but no one has heard from her since. she was planning to return home on tuesday, january 25. but she missed her family and decided to move up her flight to the 22nd. when her husband went to pick her up, she never showed. >> you know, you have so many stories going through your mind, you don't know what to think, you don't know what to believe. you don't know what to expect. you don't know what's going to come out of this. >> reporter: steven is traveling to turk tow meet with the local authorities. the couple have been married 14 years
the communities to make sure our neighborhood are safe. >>> the secret service, fbi, capitol police, national guard and other agencies will also be on duty. in the district, karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >>> metro officials say they learned from the 2009 inauguration and they are more prepared this time around. instead of charging for parking on the way into a lot they'll be charging as you exit. they held special weekend hours to sell those cards along with the commemorative version which are sold out. like 2009 you should get your smartrip card tonight if you can instead of waiting until tomorrow and they are urging you to plan your trip so you don't have to transfer lines. you can pick up any line you need. they all get you close to the mall. you do want to give yourself some extra time tomorrow if you plan on driving downtown. several roads will be closed as crowds begin to gather for festivities. spanning from pennsylvania avenue to second and up to 15th streets, those will be closed and beware, the smithsonian archives and mount vernon square metro stations will be closed as well tomo
monitoring by the tunisian government. there are other suspects that the f.b.i. are both closely following and consulting with partner governments. i think based on my last conversation with director muller, which was just a few days ago. he went to libya. he went to tunisia. heblet that the investigation is proceeding. i know that the f.b.i. has been up on the hill doing classified briefings with certain committees. i don't know about this committee. but i certainly hope that the f.b.i. is able to investigate, identify and hold responsible those who wage this attack against us. and i think that based on their work, they feel that they are pursuing some very positive leads. >> ok. my understanding is the thank you knees the person held in tunisia was released by a judge and that person has been released. so basically we don't really know at this point who did it. >> well, congressman, i confirmed with director muller who was just in tunisia meeting with their high officials that this person is basically under law enforcement surveillance and forbidden to leave tunis. director muller told m
.c. police force, secret service, fbi, and other agencies. bob orr takes a closer look at the security behind this ceremony. >> reporter: at union station, tsa viper security teams are checking trains and passengers. in a show of force designed to be a deterrent. >> if someone walks in and sees a group of officers and turns around immediately and leaves the station, that's a good indication that perhaps they have something to hide. >> reporter: not all security is so obvious. these two men with backpacks are undercover behavioral detection officers working in tandem with uniformed patrols at rail stations and airports. along d.c.'s waterfront coast guard fast boats are increasing surveillance runs. this is a floating command center. for 48 hours surrounding the inaugural time frame these waters around washington will be closed as more than 20 coast guard and police boats conduct patrols of 20 miles of shore watch. and at the edges of the restricted zone, the coast guard is watching for any suspect boaters. >> if they're in key specific areas or near critical
couldn't talk to them because an f.b.i. investigation was going on. >> well, senator, i understand your very strong feelings. you knew chris. you were a friend of chris. you were one of the staunchest supporters of the efforts to dislodge qaddafi and try to give the libyan people a chance. and we just have a disagreement. we have a disagreement about what did happen and when it happened with respect to explaining the sequence of events. we did get to talk to the d.s. agents when they got back to this country. we did so. it was not before september 15. we had no access to the surveillance cameras for weeks, which helped to answer a number of questions. >> ifill: the challenges continued later in the day before the house foreign affairs committee. >> over and over and over again it was repeated that we had enraged the islamic terrorists, which by the way, what's that do? when you say that we enraged the islamic terrorists, that's means we're at fault, they're not at fault. >> i want to be clear that of course it was a terrorist attack. the very next day i called it an attack by heavily ar
today, the fbi is still working on the investigation. director mueller was in both libya and tunisia recently. i get disappointed when people give half of the story. the senator just said, you know, while this guy's been released. but as hillary clinton said today, yes, but he's under constant surveillance within tunisia, they're following the rule of law, and as more evidence becomes available they're fully prepared to act on him again. so i think, you know, as hillary clinton said dramatically, our focus here now is to bring these guys to justice but also to understand benghazi in the context of what's happened in mali recently, what's happened in algeria over the past few days, to understand the evolving throat from al qaeda in the maghreb and to deal appropriately with that. >> dana loesch, there were calls from some people, rand paul and others, that hillary clinton would have been fired over what happened. do you agree with that? >> i do agree with that. i think senator paul was correct in his claims today and how he addressed secretary of state clinton. there were a lot of --
it on college campuses. it's focusing on the wrong issue. this fbi said that the assault weapon ban of 1994 did nothing to lower crime and does anybody that's watching this broadcast now think that a signed poster that said do not carry your weapon in this area would prevent what happened in sandy hook. and what about the hipaa laws when a professional finds out, what happens. >> and one of the weapons used at sandy hook, bush master, mr-14. before the patent on the m-16 was expired. it was-- >> domestic. but it can fire 45 shots in a minute by squeezing the trigger, this is the problem. it's too easy to kill. >> sean: and i know a lot about guns. let me he throw it to dennis kucinich instead. i'm glad you have a fundamental understanding of the second amendment more so than anybody else on your side so far that i've heard. i'm willing to have an honest discussion, a marksman since i was 11, 12 years old. i understand more than anything about gun safety. my guns are locked up, you can't get to them. we should have ownership in these countries. and we want to stop sandy hooks. don't we have to d
. this is not the fbi. this is not the state department. this is me thinking that until the last attack, when they went in and stormed the plant, because it's the people said they were going to blow up the plant, and the algerians took over and did what they did, they stormed it, what i understand they executed all of the hostages. >> reporter: suzanne the family says they spoke with victor a few days before the siege had actually taken place and that victor lovelady never expressed any concern about going to work there at this natural gas facility. he said that he assured his family many times everything was safe and that he wasn't worried. all of this very difficult for the family to handle, especially his daughter, erin, who with her older -- younger brother are mourning the death of their father now. >> nothing's happened there in so long and my -- we -- my friends have been doing it for so long. it's fine there it's so safe, we have protection. he really truly felt safe there. >> reporter: suzanne, the family says that they don't know when victor lovelady's body will be brought back to the united
on 9/14 three days after the attack told the fbi there was no demonstration, this undercut the administration's false narrative that there was an anti-islam video to blame and this came two days before susan rice's statements on the sunday talk shows, also today, a leading republican said, given mrs. clinton's performance, having not reviewed these requests and these warnings that he would have fired her. here is rand paul. >> i'm glad that you're accepting responsibility, i think that ultimately with your leaving you accept the culpability for the worst tragedy since 9/11, and i really mean that. had i been president at the time, and i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, did you not read the cables from ambassador stephens, i would have relieved you of your post. >> one thing to listen for at house foreign affairs, megyn, is the parsing of the language, what we heard from mrs. clinton al-qaeda core may be decimated, the traditional al-qaeda leadership with bin laden's death, but in fact, concedes that the taste or flavor of al-qaeda, al-qaeda 2.0 what we'
of terrorism right across north africa. norah, charlie? >> allen, thank you. john miller former assistant fbi director, good morning. >> good morning. >> what do you make of this new statement that says these attacks will continue? >> one it says the group is doubling down. you would look at this through any normal prism, say it was a stunning defeat. they're not going to look at it that way. their people have gone to martyrdom, they'll get their reward in heaven, now on the map because they got publicity and that will affect places where they have a footprint, that could be libya, niger, mali chad, you know, anywhere in the region. >> northern africa is certainly a focal point. what does it mean that two of the hostage takers were canadian? that doesn't seem to sort of fit with the normal description of these terrorists. >> that could mean a couple of things, which is they have a successful recruiting arm over the internet to get canadians to come over. it could mean that they were algerians who went to canada to receive asylum and then were recruited by the group but
about it. i'll tell you this, if so, it's going to be short lived, because i know from talking to the f.b.i. director that they are pursuing that diligently. he was personally just in libya. meeting on this and those efforts are going to continue. and i know that this president -- you know, he doesn't bluff about these kinds of things. he has said they are going to pay a price and said he would go into pakistan if we had evidence to operate on and i'm confident when and if we are prepared, we will execute with respect to finding justice for what happened in benghazi. >> the keystone xl pipeline and senator boxer said, it wouldn't belong before it crossed your desk. a bipartisan group of senators signed on to a letter to president obama requesting that he approve the construction of the pipeline. we are asking that the review process be completed by the end of march and i hope you will be able to comply with that. >> i will try. i need to check in with the legal department and make sure -- i don't want to make a promise that i'm unaware of what can be fulfilled. i can tell you this. it's hap
assume. but for the moment i know there is an fbi investigation going on because i personally called the fbi director and was told they are making progress and that some things may or may not be right to take place. >> so we can get that behind us and find out what actually happened, that we can move on beyond that, can you make that commitment to me? >> in all fairness, i think we do know what happened. were you at the briefing with the tapes? >> no. >> there was a briefing with tapes that we all saw, those of us who went to it that made it crystal clear. we sat for several hours with our intel people to describe exactly what we were seeing. we saw all of the events unfold. we have a complete detailed description. >> we know what happened in been gauzy -- in benghazi because we have the reports. i am making sure that you work with me so we can find out what the administration knew. >> i do not want the american people left with this impression. would you say why we were misled. that implies an intent to mislead you. i think there was a description of a variants and talking points. i
limits. choppers are overhead that started last evening as well. the fbi sending out a lot of agents. the bureau says there are no credible threats against this event today but they will be watching everybody very closely. bill: you can imagine planning for this is years in the making. first the president and vice sco arrive at the capitol building at 10:50 a.m. eastern time. they will be punctual. the swearing in will happen right at 11:55 a.m., about an hour later. then there is lunch. the parade will start at 2:40 eastern time this afternoon. the balls will begin later tonight. the first one, inaugural ball at 6:00 p.m. that will honor servicemembers and their families. the commander-in-chief's ball started by president bush number 43, martha. martha: the parade is a long tradition of the inaugural parade. dates back to the first president, george washington. our first president's parade was in new york city where he took the office on steps of federal hall, 1789 is when that took place of course. thomas jefferson's inauguration in 1801 was the first to take place in the new capit
from rota, spain were not sent to benghazi. as a result the f.b.i. could not enter the benghazi consulate for 24 days. that prevented them from doing crucial work on the ground in benghazi that would have helped them get to the bottom of who was responsible for this attack. >> reporter: what remaining questions do you have about the conclusions of the accountability review board, that is a committee headed by admiral mike mullen and former ambassador thomas pickering about mistakes made in benghazi. >> reporter: wong of the recommendone of the questions we have is they say they interviewed 100 witnesses and officials who were involved that night in the benghazi response, but in recent weeks we've spoken to two different members of the cia/grs team srels srels diplomatic service. they say they were not given access to all of those involved in the rescue that night. we also know from some of those who were on the ground in tripoli that night, some of those who were part of the rescue team, that they were told when they took off from trip low to benghazi that there would be, quote,
for that, fbi? >> will take whatever action is necessary to go after these people. >> mr. secretary, thank you. he said that this decision will make the military stronger. there will be an art critic so that premise. can you give us examples of how putting women in the military will make her campaign forces stronger? >> let me not limited to military. and they give you two observations. one is that graduated from west point in the team 74. it was in on the institution. i came back in 1976 to get married and watch the first class, they were pleased at the time. i watched the first class of women entered a wonderful would that be like. i'm back to teach at west point in 1884 and from the academy of far better place than when i was a cadet. i don't have time to explain why, but it had become better in almost every way, academically and physically, politically, just a better place. and i attribute a good bit of that to the fact we open up the academy to women. secondly, we've had this ongoing issue was harassed and, also. i believe it's because we've had separate classes of military personnel
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